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Machine modularity means faster delivery, lower cost, and greater flexibility for integrated lines

Whether the need is to automate product handling to feed a single machine, or to automate a complete primary and secondary packaging line, Bosh delivers an optimum solution with its Module++ concept.
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Module++ describes our competence to integrate standard, modular machines into an automated line with options specific to your application.  Integration requirements are considered early in the project phase to ensure compatibility and the use of standard machines reduces engineering for your automation project. This results in shorter delivery times and considerably lower investment cost than completely customized solutions.  Typically the engineering expense involved in Module++ solutions is less than 3% of the order.  Furthermore, you obtain your complete solution from one source.  Our broad machine portfolio is unrivaled and as necessary, Bosch will also incorporate additional machines from outside companies to help you manage the overall project.  This means lower coordination and project costs for you.   

 

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